Maliki supported the launch of detainees conditions and seeks to strengthen the defenses for "
"intrusion prevention"
آب/أغسطس 2012

Monday, 27 August / August 2012 16:48

Twilight News / Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, he supported the release of Iraqi detainees in prisons on condition of committing acts of murder against innocent people, noting at the same time that his country is seeking to strengthen its defense capabilities for "prevention interventions."
Maliki said in a statement issued by his office received "Twilight News" copy of it, that "Iraq does not accept sectarian strife and everyone must work united on the tomb of sedition."

Maliki was speaking during a meeting with a tribal delegation in Baghdad.
Maliki pointed out that Iraq "is seeking to bolster its defense capabilities in order to protect national sovereignty and gains of the Iraqi people and to achieve stability and prevent outside interference."

"We are nowadays close to access to solve all the problems (between the political forces) under the Constitution and dialogue."

Turning Maliki to the file of the detainees said, "" We are with the release of any Iraqi provided they are not his hands stained with the blood of innocent people. "